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הלך עברי  
#21 Posted : Saturday, November 12, 2011 11:04:40 AM(UTC)
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#22 Posted : Saturday, November 12, 2011 12:49:40 PM(UTC)
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In regard to the CAP: the head is the organ in the body that way losing the most, so it makes perfect sense to put a hat on your head at night. "Excess" the walking feet.

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#23 Posted : Saturday, December 3, 2011 8:25:31 AM(UTC)
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New here but given the notice I had to respond.

At least, in general I try to travel with shcsh that corresponds to the source temperature, and prefers to sleep in underwear shcsh, under mazrachn and nylon surface if necessary and without the tent. I try to cover that as already stated the losing heat.
If it's cold, I could sleep with shirt and pants or sweatshirt thermal only brass.

Personally I have a problem shpachtitshbglla medical blood comes to the ends of the limbs. If so send me your cold or zipping, Fleece Sweatshirt when each leg sleeve and on the zipper closed. I also put the legs hamtzwar or sock CAP, and add shcsh insulation between the floor and the legs.

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#24 Posted : Saturday, December 3, 2011 12:23:19 PM(UTC)
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Just remember that a tent adds some degrees, miles is exposed to the wind loses heat than a tent.

The idea with the Sweatshirt legs nice

With the passing of the land source to sack through the mattress-mattress not isolate what you mat used for?

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#25 Posted : Saturday, December 3, 2011 7:42:32 PM(UTC)
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Tent adds a few degrees but even more weight, at least in this country. It's my opinion.

The idea with the sweatshirt and this brilliant tiwar in the Judean desert that was frozen for real night-was just a thin layer of ice on the floor.

I have a mattress standard tours-most maapnadek model but one slightly thicker purple gray. Whatever its thickness.
Aside from the trip and added the Jezreel valley was very moist morning dew it provides.
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#26 Posted : Monday, April 2, 2012 12:09:08 PM(UTC)
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What do you think's best mattress and least weight below zero temperatures around minus 5?
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#27 Posted : Tuesday, April 3, 2012 9:53:25 AM(UTC)
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Hi went,
Although an old debate but off it.
In my experience both methods are correct and should select them depending on the conditions that created that night.
Assuming that constants don't change from day to day such as, tent, mattress type/kind/percentage of body fat, the body's ability to produce heat/cold sensitivity, the existing clothing, closing the bag.
It can change from day to day depending on the weather (rain, snow, wind), food (hot, cold, quantity, quality), the number of people in the tent, the environment (humidity, soil type, type of lettuce).
I personally don't like the source in General and in 95% of cases with suitable sleeping on the ground with only underwear and Tuque (in case the temperature drops five degrees) in a bag.

[QUOTE = aharon] what you think's best mattress and least weight below zero temperatures around minus 5?

Look at the following comparison between the mattresses THERM-A-REST:
Http://sectionhiker.com/how-does-the-insulation-in-a-therm-a-rest neoair.-work/
From what I understand the R value is the index of the mat insulation and of course the more cold rather thick, high quality insulation.





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#28 Posted : Tuesday, April 3, 2012 10:45:38 AM(UTC)
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No word on an inflatable mattress??
I use it and it does wonders for keeping the body off the ground. Sometimes also add platib.
As has been said here about insulation. The remote is, therefore, need to put as many static air layers, i.e. Access 1 I takes all.
Liner for sleeping bag is another important component of this approach. I sewed the silk sheet (real) and it makes a difference and minimal weight.
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#29 Posted : Tuesday, April 3, 2012 2:38:05 PM(UTC)
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Guys
Forgive me members enact "method" but what is this nonsense???

In the end it's simple physics (Physiology)-all those layers makes it slow down the loss of heat from our bodies to the environment (radiation, conduction, convection, evaporation)
All this stuff about "reverse need" are simply not true. I'm not sure how history is born but I dnein it comes to inexperienced people who went to bed with wet clothes then this truth.
No hike in the world go to sleep with clothes on when he can (i.e., dry) and no world forum that supports the second approach actually ... So the experience (in statistical agrgtyavi) probably anything.

Obviously, it is very difficult to compare different because sotoatiot difference between conditions (temperature, humidity, wind) power state (fatigue, nutrition, psychology) equipment type (dry, wet, shcsh, dry/wet clothing, a mattress)
But if we get only the insulation layer (get a second man from the equation) and assume that there are no problems of massive crush and all clearly more insulation layer under the flip also adds insulation and reduces the volume of air needed to heat inside the shcsh

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